If Cath Kidston prints make you weak at the knees, you’ll be pleased to hear the retailer has launched a brand new collection in collaboration with leading textile expert, Ashley Wilde.
The brand has teamed up with Ashley to bring out four new bedding designs, all of which embody Cath Kidston’s playful, feminine style.
But bedding isn’t the only thing to make up the retailer’s new spring/summer 2020 range. Cath Kidston has launched matching scatter cushions which complement the four new designs.
Twilight Garden bedding
It’s safe to say there’s something for everyone too, as each print is completely different. The first in the new collection, Twilight Garden, features a classic, vintage print with fern leaves and other green foliage, alongside deep red florals and mustard blooms. Both the spot and embroidered cushions complement this set.
Vintage Bunch bedding
The Vintage Bunch, on the other hand, has an all-over soft pastel feel to it, with a mint background adorned with pink and pale-yellow florals. This set works best with Cath Kidston’s new rose and floral spring embroidered cushions, which come in yellow, pink and grey shades.
Whereas the Washed Rose design has a more subtle, muted look to it, with a soft grey and fresh white vintage floral silhouette. It’s best paired with the grey embroidered vintage cushion.
The final bedding set is the British Birds design, which features an enchanting woodland scene, with blue birds perched on blossom branches. The brand recommends pairing this set with their twill spot cushions for a lovely modern, vintage mix.
Prices for bedlinen start from £45 for single sets and the cushions range from £25-£30, depending on the design.
The 100 per cent cotton bedding sets and matching cushions are available online and at selected Cath Kidston stores now.
Which dreamy design is your favourite?
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